By Contributor | Cape Cod Times
More than 25 food trucks will roll on to the Cape Cod Fairgrounds in Falmouth Saturday for theThird Annual Cape Cod Food Truck Festival. The event will also feature a Samuel Adams Beer Garden and a Wicked Etsy Market.
The noon to 5 p.m. event, presented by Food Truck Festivals of America, will include a variety of what the organization calls “fan favorites,” with local seafood, gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, cupcakes and whoopie pies. The food trucks will arrive from elsewhere on Cape Cod, Boston, Providence and other communities throughout New England.
The trucks include: Cape Cod Cannoli, Ipswich Clambake, Big Daddy’s, Whoo(pie) Wagon, Plouf Plouf Gastronomie, Zinneken’s Waffles, Heritage Truck, Rhode Rage, Jamaica Mi Hungry, Happy Taco, Salt Block, Moyzilla, Papi’s Stuffed Sopapillas, Rice Burg, Teri-Yummy and Gotta Q. The number of trucks has doubled since/. the festival’s inception two years ago.
In addition to the beer garden, participants can shop at the Wicked Etsy market. More than 60 local and regional artists and artisans who run their own shops on Etsy.com will sell their wares in person at the fairgrounds.
Tickets to the food truck festival will be limited to try to make lines shorter. Tickets can be purchased at ftfa.eventbrite.com for one of three options: general admission, $5; general admission with one Samuel Adams beer, $10; and VIP Hour, $20. Food at the trucks will be sold separately.
The VIP Hour offers early entrance from 11 a.m. to noon, unlimited non-alcoholic beverages and a free dessert.
More information: www.foodtruckfestivalsofamerica.com. Reservations: ftfa.eventbrite.com
The Cape Cod Fairgrounds are located at 1220 Nathan Ellis Highway in East Falmouth. Parking is available on site.